ADHD bullying

ADHD bullying

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  • Annoying kid lacking self-discipline.. Did your parents not teach you?
  • Calm down class..
  • Can you stop disturbing me and go back to your seat? I'm trying to pay attention in class!
  • Something needs to be done to highlight Tom's condition to the class
  • Ain't I speaking the truth? What's so hard about sitting still for an hour?
  • How dare you say that about me and my parents? Do you want to die?
  • Bullying of ADHD peers comes in various forms, of which verbal bullying was for the case of Tom. His classmates were unaware of how to react when Tom behaves different from the norm, triggering him and continuous cases of these can lead to detrimental impacts on Tom.
  • Tom, we can play with you after lessons!
  • Tom (student with ADHD) finds it hard to sit still in class. Instead, he bothers other students.
  • What a mature class I have..
  • Hey Tom, I would appreciate if you go back to your seat.
  • Tom was triggered by Mary's words and reacted to them by confronting her.
  • Hmm.. They make sense. I can play after lessons! Let me go bacl to my seat and not disrupt the class.
  • Stop the bullying of ADHD peers. Create a safe environment for everyone to learn and grow together. For more information if you're a peer of an ADHD student, visit
  • Instead of the previous reaction, Mary could..
  • Tom thinks through his actions rationally, resulting in a win-win situation for both parties.
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